Century Properties, known for its high-end property developments in the Philippines, reached another milestone for Century Spire as the project garnered the Best Mixed-use Development Award at the 2015-2016 Asia Pacific Property Awards at ceremonies held recently in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Competing alongside prominent real estate companies in Asia Pacific, the recognition came after thorough judging by the International Property Awards (IPA) committee composed of more than 60 property experts around the world and chaired by three active members of the House of Lords in UK Parliament.
The Asia Pacific Property Awards is part of the prestigious awarding body International Property Awards (IPA) based in the United Kingdom.
“This award is a symbol of the company’s dedication to build world-class structures that not only transform the Philippine property landscape but also change the way how the global community looks at the country in terms of economic and financial capacity,” said Century Properties COO Marco R. Antonio. “We are happy and proud that Century was able to contribute to the country’s vision through our real estate projects.”
Century Spire is a development of Century Properties in collaboration with world-renowned starchitect Daniel Libeskind and the global luxury furnishings brand Armani/Casa.
The building is enclosed in glass and steel, and features three interlocking segments that stretches towards the top, forming a “crown” that blooms at the pinnacle and giving generous views of the city.
Giorgio Armani’s luxury interior design studio designed the residential floors’ amenities and common areas as well as the office lobby, lavishing the tower with a mix of cosmopolitan luxury as well as a comfortable environment also found in the finely appointed structures around the world.
The project is part of Century Properties’ expansion into the office development sector. Just recently, it announced its intention to sell prime, grade A office spaces in Century Spire after a surge in demand.
Source: Manila Bulletin | May 20, 2015